The courtyard of the brewery inn with a monumental outdoor gallery of the inn’s history and todays activities.
client: Rothaus, State Brewery of Baden
idea and realisation of mega prints: bangert projects
The two brewhouses along with their copper vats are the pride and joy of the brewery.
The visitor can have also a one by one scale view into the technology under the copper vats.
Signboards in glass describe in full detail the brewing processes.
En route to the fermentation tanks, yeast is added to the cooled wort in the yeast store.
The yeast is the fourth ingredient, the “beer’s spirit”, and causes the beer to ferment.
It has the effect of turning the liquid malt sugar in the wort into alcohol and carbon dioxide.
The quality of the yeast has a great influence on the taste of the end product – the beer.
The 14 meter high fermentation tanks are shown in full scale.
Underneath the storage tanks:
Once the main fermentation process is complete, the beer is stored and matured for four weeks at a temperature of down to -2°C.
It is here that our quality beer takes on its distinctive mellow and well-rounded flavor and the unique lightness of flavor.
The sections of the storage tanks merge with the existing architecture.
Graphics and winter-landscape create a nearly surreal contrast.
Kegging and six-pack robot
The Rothaus-trucks in full size: The “Zaepfle”-trucks are the kings of the black forest roads.